There are  fertility centers in London with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in London offer various kinds of therapy and treatment, such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, egg freezing, sperm cryopreservation, embryo banking, donor eggs, donor sperm, donor embryo, gestational surrogacy, laparoscopy, endometriosis excision, myomectomy, hysteroscopy, tubal reversal, and more
Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.
Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.
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Be sure to check out IVF packages and other special offers from fertility clinics.
London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located in the southeast of the country 80 km from the mouth of the river Thames.
It produces 20% of the UK's GDP and the City of London is one of the world's largest shopping centers. Approximately 8.91 million people live here. London, along with New York and Tokyo, is one of the most important cities in the world. The term London is used for an area defined as one of the English regions - Greater London.
Although there is evidence of several British settlements in present-day London, the first major community was founded here in 43 by the Romans and called it Londinium. However, it was burned down around 61 during the attack of the army of the Celtic queen Boudicca. The restored settlement then prospered very well and surpassed Colchester in importance. In the 2nd century, at the time of its greatest glory, there lived about 60,000 inhabitants.
In the Middle Ages, the population increased from 18,000 in 1100 to 100,000 in 1300. After the city expanded in the 18th century, between 1831 and 1925, London became the world's largest city. This growth was also supported by the first railways. The railway network developed very quickly.
In 1863, the world's first tube began operating in London. The local government had major problems with the development of the city and the construction of infrastructure. Between 1885 and 1889, their solution was launched by an institution called the Metropolitan Board of Works, which was later replaced by the first elected administrative body - the London County Council.
In the post-war period, several architectural styles were used during the reconstruction, which changed the character of the city. In 1965, its borders shifted and Greater London was created. Post-war immigration significantly affected the composition of the population and London became a multicultural city. Economic development in the 1980s restored him to the position of a city of international importance.
London is one of the most visited cities in the world. Tourist attractions are found mainly in central London. These include the historic City; The West End and its famous cinemas, bars, clubs, shops and restaurants, Westminster with Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, etc.
There is also the Science Museum, Natural History Museum, British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Gallery, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, Royal Observatory in Greenwich, where the zero meridian has passed since 1884, and other attractions.
11% of the Greater London area is occupied by parks. Nine royal parks, formerly hunting grounds, are now open to the public. Green Park, St. James's Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens form a green belt in the West End. Regent's Park forms the northern boundary of central London, while Greenwich Park-National Park, Bushy Park and Richmond Park are an oasis of calm in the London suburbs. Many smaller parks have been established at affluent private residences for private use, but some are now open to the public.